In order for the needs of humanity to be met, we must stop being cowards, we must stop making excuses or justifying the existence of systems that do more harm than good. I’ve heard many proclaim that they aren’t going to rock any boat because they have mouths to feed. Understandably, we all want to […]
I was recently invite to guest blog a critical analysis of the representation of blackness in contemporary art, focusing specifically on Jean-Michel Basquiat and Kehinde Wiley, for the Center for Culture, Sexuality, and Spirituality.
The full article can be read on their blog here.
“Happiness can come to you in a thousand ways if you only allow it to. But if you’re committed to only one idea of happiness, you’re stuck. Happiness can no longer come to you because you’ve decided that you’ll refuse everything except this one path of happiness…But the idea of happiness that you have may […]
The New York Times interviewed members of TheXCollective for their City Room Blog ahead of our New Word Order exhibit.
Read the full story at The New York Times…